FOR SALE: Gen4 2.9 Whipple 03/04 cobra

PC03GT

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Up for sale is my brand new gen4 2.9 Whipple, std inlet and 3.5 pulley. The reason for selling is it's just too much blower for what I'm trying to achieve. No need to wait weeks or months to get one. I'd like to get 4,400 plus shipping, thanks.
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Bump....will consider trading for a low mile or new 2.3
Hmm i just put on a freshly rebuilt 2.3 on my drift car that i have yet to fire up with this blower, this is appealing i might be interested.
 
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OP, the juice isn’t worth the squeeze for what you’re doing.

That blower is more advanced than any 2.3 you can get.

You’ll make more power with that blower on 91 than you will with a 2.3.

Plus, who knows if you’ll eventually go E85. Resale would be higher with that 2.9 than any 2.3.



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OP, the juice isn’t worth the squeeze for what you’re doing.

That blower is more advanced than any 2.3 you can get.

You’ll make more power with that blower on 91 than you will with a 2.3.

Plus, who knows if you’ll eventually go E85. Resale would be higher with that 2.9 than any 2.3.



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Not really pressed to do anything.... Worst case scenario I just put it on my car, and maybe throw in a set of cams later on
 
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Exactly.

So why make more work and lose money on a better unused blower?


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Agreed. Only person "losing out" is the potential buyer. Not worth the change. Unless you got in on those really good blower deals last year, you would be throwing money directly in the fire to watch it burn.
 

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